Chucky: Death On Denial

Written by Luke Barnes


Tiffany, played by Jennifer Tilly, hosts a party for her children’s birthday but during the festivities things start to go awry.

I think this was easily the best episode so far this season for a number of reasons. Firstly, Tiffany and her ever further descent into madness and her relationship with Nica, played by Fiona Dourif, is easily becoming the best thing about the show and is also far more entertaining than any of the school stuff with the kids, plus we get the much waited for return of Kyle, played by Christine Elise, so that is easily an extra point in my book.

Secondly, when Glen/Glenda was mentioned at the end of last season I was slightly apprehensive about how the show was going to handle them, but I have to say Lachlan Watson does a terrific job as both characters and really is the standout star of the episode, they encapsulate the perfect personification imagining of what Glen and Glenda would be like in human form from how they are depicted as in Seed Of Chucky.

Finally, I really enjoyed the beginning and ending of the episode where Chucky, played by Brad Dourif, addressed the audience and did his little bit with WWE superstar Liv Morgan I thought it was quite funny and helped to juxtapose the more serious elements of the episode.

Overall, easily the best episode so far, mostly because it didn’t feature the kids very much at all.



The return of Kyle

Tiffany and Nica


The opening and ending Chucky bits


Some of the guest stars other than Morgan were a little annoying

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